Leading airlines team up for biofuel research

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Initial projects will look at viability of jatropha and algae as basis for jet biofuels

A group of leading commercial airlines has teamed up with biofuel specialist Honeywell UOP in an attempt to develop and commercialise sustainable aviation fuels made from crops that do not affect food...

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